Archive News, September 2015

Archive News for September 2015

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Term Dates for 2016/2017 published

TERM DATES 2016/2017    AUTUMN TERM 2016  Term starts Tuesday 30th August (for Boarders from 6.30pm) Wednesday 31st August for Day Children and Pre-Prep   Half Term Friday 14th October at 6.00pm to Sunday 30th October Additional Nursery Day: Monday 17th

U11 Rugby v Dollar

After finding out we were playing away, the boys changed quickly after lunch and jumped on the bus to head off to Dollar.  Without much of a warm-up, we were straight into action.  Dollar took the lead with some good

Boarders’ Bowling and Pizza Evening!

Last Wednesday saw the start of a new initiative: a boarders’ only evening, with evening clubs cancelled, and all the boarders heading off for a fun filled evening.  The first one was a trip to the ten pin bowling alley

U11 B and C Hockey v Fettes

The U11B and C teams hosted Fettes this week in 2 very close and exciting matches. The B team played good hockey and were keen to score from the start. We had a great deal of the possession and the

2nd Hockey lost to Fettes

The 2nd girls had a hard match this week against a feisty and talented Fettes side. We started well however Fettes soon crept in to the match and quickly scored their first goal. Alexis played well in goal but the

Old Boy High Jump Success

Joss G left Cargilfield in 2014 as school high jump champion and moved on to Winchester College.  He has had a very successful summer at Winchester, and he equalled the school U15 High Jump record in June this year which had stood for

Visit of Elaine Logan, Warden of Glenalmond

  On Tuesday morning, we welcomed the new Warden of Glenalmond, Elaine Logan, to Cargilfield to preach in Chapel.  Ms Logan has also just joined the Board of Governors here.   We enjoyed listening to what she had to say,

Form 5 to Murrayfield Ice Rink

Year Five enjoyed an interesting an informative trip to Murrayfield Ice Rink this week. We learned how ice is made and maintained with the enormous surfacing machine. We would all have liked a go at driving this machine! It was

Schools’ Ski Racing competition at Hillend

Ski racers ready and raring to go at a beautiful morning at Hillend today! Good luck! pic.twitter.com/o7E68XguPj — Cargilfield School (@cargilfield) September 28, 2015 You couldn’t have picked better weather for the first Cargilfield Ski Race this year. The sun

Old Boy wins prestigious Arkwright Engineering Scholarship

We were delighted to hear that Ollie S, an old boy of Cargilfield, has won a much sought-after prestigious Arkwright Engineering Scholarship, which identifies him as one of the country’s future leaders in engineering and related areas of design.   Arkwright Scholars are